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Children learn so much from singing songs and saying chants. I created a songs and chants resource binder to store away all the little songs I used while teaching so I could reference them during each season or unit of study. Here I have a few new autumn or fall songs for kids to fit perfectly with this time of year. Included are pictures of a few felt board activities that are so simple to help toddlers and preschoolers learn the counting objectives in each autumn song.
Counting Pumpkins (or Fall Leaves)
Oops, one rolls away!Pull one pumpkin off the board, count the rest, and sing again.
This is how I display our fridge felt board as an invitation to play in our kitchen. It utilizes the front of the fridge and allows my toddler to be with me but entertained while I am cooking-when I have to do part of the prep on my own.
Enjoy your time at home!
Shaunna Evans says
We love singing songs. My kids would have a ball with these. Thanks for sharing.
Thanks for stopping by, Shaunna! You have so many great song resource posts on your blog. Love it!
You've got to love these songs!!!! Aww, I'm feeling a little nostalgic 😉
They are fun!